The Department of Philosophy & Religion offers majors and minors in both philosophy and religious studies.
Socrates said, "the unexamined life is not worth living." The disciplines of philosophy and religion examine our lives by investigating the most basic concepts and categories of our self-understanding: true and false, right and wrong, real and imaginary, sacred and profane.
Philosophy students at Rollins explore the ideas of great thinkers from Plato and Aristotle to Kant and Nietzsche. Thematic courses range from ethics and social philosophy to the mind-body problem.
Religious Studies students at Rollins explore the world's faith traditions and the role of religion in culture. Topics courses range from "Cults in America" to "Women in Judaism and Islam."
The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Philosophy - About.com
Guide to Philosophy on the Internet
Florida Philosophical Association
American Philosophical Association
Canadian Philosophical Association
International Association for Greek Philosophy
Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy
Why Study Religion?
Internet Resources for the Study of Judaism and Christianity
Virtual Religion Index at Rutgers University
Religion and Science Links, IRAS
The Encyclopedia of Love in World Religions